Role Summary: The Clinical Delivery Leader will be an integral part of the Digital Central Monitoring Unit (CMU) core team and will lead all Clinical aspects of the national initiative as part of the delivery team. This individual will work with every level of an organization to bring their Digital CMU to life which will include implementation efforts, baselining, metric development, and clinical workflow design. This individual will work deeply with clients to ensure results are delivered.
Essential Responsibilities: Clinical leader of GE Healthcares Digital CMU initiative Consult with clients to develop Digital CMU initiatives that range in scope and complexity from regional to national centers of excellence Own the post-sale deployment process from a clinical standpoint from implementation efforts, baselining, metric development, and clinical workflow design Drive the clinical strategy of the overall relationship as part of the delivery team Develop and define the implementation approach based on the pre-sales work and ongoing delivery work Leverage LCS portfolio technologies and partner companies to deliver on the Digital CMU strategy Serve as an effective advisor clinically and technically for clients for the products and services that are available from GE Healthcare and associated vendor partners Promote and engage in timely communication around performance to team members and engagement leaders Partner with the USCAN, Academic Accounts, GE Healthcare Partners and LCS teams to deliver world class solutions
Qualifications/Requirements: Registered Nurse with 2+ years of Critical Care experience Ability to create a goal and lead a horizontal team to deliver on the objective Experience in deploying protocols / procedures as well as training plans for clinicians and successfully implementing those in a clinical setting Ability to work when Clinicians are practicing (beyond normal business hours) Ability to travel 70% of the time
Desired Characteristics: Advanced degree: PhD, DNP, MBA, MSN, MHA, MPA, or other is desired 3+ years of Management/Consulting experience within the Healthcare Industry Executive-level communication skills: written, interviewing, persuasion, and presentation Experience in delivering complex solutions within a matrixed organization Experience with process improvement methodologies (Six Sigma, Agile, TQM, etc.) Active membership in a national professional organization